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  • Snowdon and Its Villages Explored

    Snowdon and Its Villages Explored

    A convenient and illustrative insight to Snowdonia and its environment. Snowdonia (Yr Wyddfa) is the highest peak in Wales and the views from its summit can be panoramic. But the lakes and valleys lower down its slopes have also much to offer.

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  • Time for Princes, A

    Time for Princes, A

    The Welsh Leaders who Forged a Nation 800-1282. The historian John Davies described 800č1282 as 'the youth of the Welsh nation'. Roman Wales survived attacks by Irish and Viking raiders from the west and Saxon and other Germanic tribes from the east to lay down the foundations of a medieval country.

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  • Great Trains of Wales Explored, The

    Great Trains of Wales Explored, The

    The Great Trains of Wales offers a wealth of industrial heritage but their journeys also take the passengers from the coast to the mountains, through some of the most spectacular scenery you could imagine.

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  • Iconic Cycling Trails in Wales

    Iconic Cycling Trails in Wales

    These 16 cycle trails in Wales count among the best in Britain, quite possibly the world.

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  • Battles for Wales

    Battles for Wales

    This guide takes us on a journey through Wales to show us the battlefields of our history, some of them 2,000 years old.

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  • The Cambrian Coast 2 - Harlech to Aberystwyth Explored

    The Cambrian Coast 2 - Harlech to Aberystwyth Explored

    Traditionally, the communities along the western coast of Wales thrived on maritime trade and fishing. The produce of the farmland and minerals, rocks and slate of the uplands were exported through ports such as Pwllheli and Porthmadog and coal, lime, timber and other goods were imported.

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  • The Cambrian Coast - Pwllheli to Harlech Explored

    The Cambrian Coast - Pwllheli to Harlech Explored

    Traditionally, the communities along the western coast of Wales thrived on maritime trade and fishing. The produce of the farmland and minerals, rocks and slate of the uplands were exported through ports such as Pwllheli and Porthmadog and coal, lime, timber and other goods were imported.

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  • Llyn, The Peninsula and Its past Explored

    Llyn, The Peninsula and Its past Explored

    Llyn, the north-western peninsula of Wales, is strongly influenced by its coastal nature. Nowadays, its walking paths and beaches attract many to explore their heritage and natural beauty.

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  • Smugglers in Wales Explored

    Smugglers in Wales Explored

    This book chronicles the often brutal conflict between smugglers and excisemen along the shores of Wales.

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  • Strait Stories

    Strait Stories

    Menai Straits Explored - from Caernarfon to Beaumaris explores the narrow strip of water which divides Anglesey (Ynys M˘n) from mainland Wales.

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  • Enwau Tafarnau Cymru

    Enwau Tafarnau Cymru

    Mewn llawer o drefi a phentrefi, yr hen dafarnau yw rhai o'r adeiladau mwyaf diddorol o safbwynt pensaern´aeth a hanes. Mae'u henwau hefyd yn costrelu llawer o dreftadaeth leol ac yn ddifyr o safbwynt cymdeithas ac arferion ddoe a heddiw.

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  • Welsh Pub Names

    Welsh Pub Names

    More and more pubs in Wales are displaying the Welsh names on their signs and more are now named after events and heroes in the country's history.

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  • Pembrokeshire - Its Present and Its past Explored

    Pembrokeshire - Its Present and Its past Explored

    From the dawn of civilisation, this south-western peninsula of Wales has provided a landing stage for migrating people sailing up the western shores of Europe.

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